Thirty-one-year-old Jeremy Tātere MacLeod from Ngāti Kahungunu is a finalist in this year's Ngā Tohu Reo Māori awards, a first time nominee for someone who wasn't brought up in te reo, but has worked tirelessly to revitalise the language.
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The final two members of the Te Mātāwai team have been announced. On Friday the Minister of Māori development announced that Professor Rawinia Higgins and Robin Hapi will join the team.
We talk with Jeremy Tātere MacLeod (Ngāti Kahungunu), who has the backing of East Coast iwi to represent them on Te Mātāwai, the entity designed to administer the Māori Language Commission, Māori radio, and Māori Television. He joins urban delegate Willie Jackson and Mataatua delegate Bentham Ohia who've already been appointed. Though MacLeod hails from Kahungunu, he has the interests of the entire Eastern region at the forefront.